Enrollment Management and University Marketing


Enrollment Management has primary responsibility for the development and coordination of a campus-wide plan to recruit and help students persist on to graduation.  Enrollment is now part of the Division of Academic Affairs under the leadership of the Vice Provost of Enrollment Management.

Enrollment growth and marketing success requires open communication and collaboration among faculty, staff, and administrators across reporting lines.  An essential component within the division is the creation and on-going evaluation of a strategic plan that recognizes and embraces the best principles and fair practices of recruiting and promotion.   Our intent is to admit those students who have a credible chance for success, based on a set of uniform standards.

Of equal importance is the design of a marketing plan that correctly positions the University in a highly competitive market, while recognizing that student satisfaction and academic success are our ultimate goals.

Included within Enrollment Management are:


The Office of Admissions continuously strives to inform, provide access, and enroll students in to a variety of programs available at Indiana State University.  Our commitment will focus on equity, fairness and respect for our students.

Extended Learning

Students deserve an education that fits their busy lifestyle and schedule whether seeking a new degree or finishing a degree already in progress.  Indiana State Online offers graduate and undergraduate courses, degrees, and professional development programs that students complete entirely online at their convenience or with minimal on-campus visits. Help with transfer of credits from regionally accredited colleges and universities ensure students stay on the right track to earning their degree.

Student Financial Aid

The Office of Financial Aid guides and assists our diverse student population in fulfilling their academic aspirations through the highest quality service and with the effective and efficient delivery of student financial assistance.

We align students and families with the resources and strategies they need in order to meet their education expenses and secure necessary funds for financing their educations. We administer federal, state, and institutional aid, and scholarship programs in accordance with applicable policies and regulations while striving to be innovative and service-minded.

We are committed to serving our students and the campus community in a thoughtful, knowledgeable, professional, and personal way.

New Student Transition Programs

New Student Transition Programs provide students with information on campus resources, introduces them to enrolled students, their academic advisor, and supports the scheduling of classes.  All new freshmen and transfer students, both domestic and international, are required to attend orientation prior to completing a schedule of classes and enrolling.

Scholarship Opportunities

Indiana State University and the ISU Foundation offer a variety of merit and need-based scholarships to help make the college experience a possibility for talented and deserving students.

Annually, the University awards more than $10 million in scholarships waivers and grants, many of which are made possible by the support and gifts of individuals alumni, and private agencies.

University Marketing

University Marketing professionals collaborate with University recruitment efforts through the development of branded, strategic marketing tools that enhance the University's worldwide visibility and reputation.    University programs, research and activities by using traditional and electronic media to both internal and external audiences.

University Testing Center

The University Testing Center attracts, supports, and assists a community of learners in achieving their educational, professional, and personal goals. Within this framework, the University Testing Center supports:

  • recruitment by administering, scoring, and coordinating testing initiatives
  • retention by scoring classroom tests, analyzing course evaluations, and providing prompt feedback to all
  • graduation by testing for competency, licensure, certification, and post-graduate study.


Parsons Hall 223
Indiana State University
Terre Haute, IN 47809
Phone: 812-237-3560
Fax: 812-237-2291

Office Hours
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM